On Friday 23rd March the UK higher education funding bodies announced the appointment of members to the panels for the first stage of the REF 2021 exercise. The panel members were selected from over 4,000 nominations submitted last year by subject associations and other organisations with an interest in research. The panels comprise leading researchers, and individuals with expertise in the wider use and benefits of research.
I am delighted to have been appointed to serve as one of the members of
Sub-panel 34: Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Library and Information Management Continue reading
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Marwa Salayma, who is one of the PhD students in the School of Computing, recently recorded an interview about her journey from Palestine to doctoral studies at Edinburgh Napier University.
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Tagged Edinburgh Napier University, Emma Hart, imposter syndrome, Jessie Kennedy, Marwa Salayma, PhD, Sally Smith, School of Computing, video, YouTube |
School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University is currently recruiting. Please pass the message on!
We are seeking to fill a vacancy for a lecturer post (grade 6, £38,183-£46,924, 2-year fixed term). The job is advertised on the
University web site (along with the role description for lecturer posts) and jobs.ac.uk as ‘Lecturer in Business Information Systems’, with a deadline for applications of Tuesday 2nd May 2017. Continue reading
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Tagged Centre for Social Informatics, creative and social informatics, CSI, Edinburgh Napier University, graduate level apprenticeship, information systems, IT Management for Business, job, lecturer, post, recruitment, School of Computing, social informatics, vacancy |
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Tagged Ache Laboratórios Farmacêuticos, Alicja Pawluczuk, Alliar Medicina Diagnóstica, Avenida Paulista, Brazil, Célia Barbosa Assis, Centre for Interaction Design, Centre for Social Informatics, CSI, Departamento de Engenharia de Produção da Politéchnica da USP, Diebold, do Conhecimento e da Inteligência Competitiva, Dr Gemma Webster, Dr Laura Muir, Dr Tom Flint, Edinburgh Napier University, Fundação Vanzolini, Hugo Martinelli Wakanuki, Laboratório de Gestão Estratégica da Tecnologia da Informação, LETICIC, Luciana Corrêa, Peter Cruickshank, Renato de Oliveira Moraes, School of Computing, Todd Richter, University of São Paulo |
This coming week I am the guest of the
Departamento de Engenharia de Produção da Polit at the échnica University of São Paulo in Brazil. During my visit I am making a presentation at a research symposium. The focus of this is the work of colleagues in the School of Computing who are members of the Centre for Social Informatics. The slides for my presentation are provided below, along with a summary of the main points that I will be making when I take the stage on Wednesday.
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Tagged Alicja Pawluczuk, Brazil, Centre for Social Informatics, Democratic digital engagement, Departamento de Engenharia de Produção da Politéchnica, e-placement Scotland, Edinburgh Napier University, eGovernment, Frances Ryan, Information policy, information seeking behaviour and use, Iris Buunk, John Mowbray, John Napier, knowledge management, Leo Appleton, Lyndsey Jenkins, Lynn Killick, Merchiston, online communities, Open data and open government, School of Computing, Scottish Graduate Level Apprenticeships, Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences, Skills Development Scotland, The Information Society, Todd Richter, University of São Paulo |
Leo Appleton, who was awarded the 2016 Research Practitioner Excellence Award by the Library and Information Research Group (LIRG) at the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) 2016 New Professionals Day in London last Friday 28th October 2016. Leo is Associate Director of Library Services at the University of the Arts, London, and a part-time PhD student within the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University, where I am his Director of Studies.
Leo Appleton at the awards ceremony in London on Friday 28th October 2016 (photo credit LIRG)
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Tagged #CILIPNPD, Centre for Social Informatics, Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, CILIP, Leo Appleton, Library and Information Research Group, Library and Information Science Research Coalition, LIRG, LIS Research Coalition, PhD, School of Computing, University of the Arts London |
As part of the celebrations of Ada Lovelace Day on Tuesday 11th October 2016 the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University is offering the opportunity for school girls in S1-S3 to come to the Craiglockhart campus after school to take part in computing workshops. They are also invited to stay on afterwards for the University’s annual Ada Lovelace day lecture. Participation at both events is free of charge. Continue reading